Saturday, 08 September 2012 20:34:21
India, Pakistan urged to resolve Kashmir dispute
ISLAMABAD, Sep 8 (APP): Pro-India leaders have urged India
and Pakistan to resolve the Kashmir dispute through dialogue on
priority basis for establishing of permanent peace in South Asia.
Senior leader of the National Conference, Dr Mehboob Beigh,
in a media interview in Srinagar said that the dialogue between
the two countries would lead to peace and development.
He said that the Kashmir issue, which was the bone of contention between
Pakistan and India, could not be put on the back burner, reported KMS.
The Chairman of People's Democratic Front, Hakeem Mohammad
Yaseen, in an interview said that Kashmir was the biggest hurdle
in progress of relation between the two neighbours and without any
reluctance both needed to begin meaningful dialogue to resolve it.
He said that no resolution of the lingering dispute was possible
without the active participation of Kashmiri people in the talks.
Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader, M Yousuf
Tarigami, said that the two countries had various issues, which
needed to be addressed through talks; however, the need was to put
sincere and honest effort to resolve them.